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art opening with Kim Welsh, Mardiclaw, Rick Moore at crescent city brewpub

DATE
Wed, Apr 2, 2014
TIME
5:00pm - 7:00pm

ain't no foolin bout this...

INTRODUCING the works of three New Orleans Artists in time for French Qtr Fest, Shore Leave, and Jazzfest. Kim Welsh, Rick Moore, Claudia Gehrke aka "mardiclaw".

these three artists have a wide range of beautiful work that reflects the culture and heritage of this beautiful city. lots of jazzfest shots, secondlines, and krewes.

Art Exhibit Opening Celebration
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
5:00pm
featuring photographs of
KIM WELSH and
RICK MOORE
plus
paintings of Indians, Bonez and mo' by
MARDI CLAW
with
complementary good food and great beer
at the
Crescent City Brewhouse
527 Decatur Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130

LOCATION

crescent city brewpub
527 Decatur Street upstairs
New Orleans, LA 70130
mardiclaw and skinz n bonez krewe
all hail okeanos
kim welsh captures box of wine
all hail box of wine

Comments

photos galore

and paintings of those photos. a painting a day from myself, and the beauty of jazzfest, secondlines, and musicians from Rick Moore and Kim Welsh.

hope to see you there!
There is much that is great and wonderful and exceptional about New Orleans, but nothing is more impressive than the fact that the richest elements of this city's culture are participatory. - Lolis Eric Elie

In 1879, the newspaper columnist Lafcadio Hearn took note of New Orleans' chronic states of decay, insolvency, lawlessness and prurience, yet still proclaimed: "It is better to live here in sackcloth and ashes than to own the whole state of Ohio."

"Look at all the second-liners. Everybody's got their own little take,
their own little move, their own way of swiveling that ankle, just the
way everybody has their own way of cooking red beans. We're very
lucky. It's a precious and irreplaceable and rare experience to be
part of a community where the sense of belonging comes from really
being yourself." Tom Piazza, author of "City of Refuge"

"The second line is so much more than a religion or an obsession or a cult even. Simply put, it's soul medicine. Whatever harsh realities life deals you through the week, a good ole four-hour long second line parade will burn that poison right on out of you." Big Red Cotton

“You're gonna find heaven right here on earth...
Way down yonder in New Orleans.”
— Louis Armstrong

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